Google has updated the Gmail application to version 2.3.2, and with it comes some often requested features. Android phones running Froyo or higher can and should grab the update, the new features look awesome:
- Better support for priority inbox
- Send from any address you have set up in your account
- Switch between reply, forward, and reply all while composing
- And of course, the magical "Bug fixes"
Hit the source to see the full set of changes. It looks like Google is keeping their promise of updating some of their core applications independently of the operating system, as we saw Google voice, YouTube, and Voice Search get nice updates yesterday as well. Update in the Market, or hit the download link after the break for a shortcut. [Google Mobile blog]
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